Art of Strategy: A Game Theorist's Guide to Success in Business & Life
Game theory means rigorous strategic thinking. It's the art of anticipating your opponent's next moves, knowing full well that your rival is trying to do the same thing to you. Though parts of game theory involve simple common sense, much is counterintuitive, and it can only be mastered by developing a new way of seeing the world. Using a diverse array of rich case studies from pop culture, TV, movies, sports, politics, and history the authors show how nearly every business and personal interaction has a game-theory component to it. Are the winners of reality-TV contests instinctive game theorists? Do big-time investors see things that most people miss? What do great poker players know that you don't? Mastering game theory will make you more successful in business and life, and this lively book is the key to that mastery."
NEWS & OPINION: Mastering the Game
Posted August 19, 2010, 8:11 PM with category of Management & Workplace CultureLast weekend, my co-worker, Roy, and I attended a small theater group's performance of the 1986 Cold War musical Chess. The musical was a huge hit in London, but when it was brought to Broadway, the format of the production was changed and it closed within 2 months. Being friends with theater folks in college introduced both Roy and me to the music and we are two of only a handful of people (my husband being another) we know who remember the show even exists: though perhaps you might know its most recognizable song, One Night in Bangkok. Read more
NEWS & OPINION: An Independent Bookseller Picks Five
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NEWS & OPINION: The 2008 800-CEO-READ Business Book Awards - Personal Development
Posted December 8, 2008, 3:18 PM with category of Management & Workplace CultureThe books on our 2008 shortlist for the Personal Development Category are: Ask for It: How Women Can Use the Power of Negotiation to Get What They Really Want by Linda Babcock & Sara Laschever (Bantam, February 2008) In this sequel to Women Don't Ask, which shared surprising evidence that women are often unknowingly complicit in their lack of career opportunities because they do not ask for raises, bonuses and other advantages that men do, Babcock and Laschever offer a practical guide for improving your asking skills. Populated with personal stories and how-to advice, Ask for It will be useful to help you (any person of any gender) get what you want. Total Leadership: Be a Better Leader, Have a Richer Life by Stewart D. Read more
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